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    Transitions are an integral part of the classroom procedures. Transition times can be the most chaotic times of the day in any classroom setting. Transitions are defined as the times during the day when children move or change from one activity to another. These actives could include entering in the classroom, moving to different centers, going to lunch or recess and even going home. Transition times have to be planned carefully and implemented early, because by minimizing transition, we can then maximize the time children spend engaging in developmentally appropriate actives. The transition times that I observed where going to the bathroom, and changing actives in a third grade classroom. I would say that the transition for bathroom breaks was the smoothest because the children did the actives quietly and without directions. I think that this was the case because the way the teacher had the transition set-up. She had a board on her door and the children did not even have to ask they would just move their name piece to the bathroom space and then go. Instead of randomly picking and then describing a brain break maybe the teacher could have brain breaks for each subject, using just those brain breaks to make to transition less hectic. The child I have selected is a boy of the age of 11form my third grade classroom. He is a bigger boy and seems to be picked on in a regular manner. From what I can tell this boy is anti-social because of the fact that he gets picked on for his…

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    Observation Summary Today I observed in room 105, I observed this class transition from one space to another, into an activity, as the children’s begin to leave the gym the teacher gave them a warning sign that their time is almost up, once time was up the teacher begin to sing the song “let’s go”, the children’s begin to clean up and put their toys and bikes away, after that the children all lined up on the wall, one little girl side “Ms. K I wont to count” and the teacher said “ok”, once…

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    As I was listening during Mrs. Hale’s interview, I was very shocked at all the things this woman had be through throughout her entire life. For a ninety-two year old woman, she had experienced several different aspects of life that most individuals never get the chance to during their lives. I found it very interesting how her childhood played such a huge role on her life and ultimately later on who she became. Growing up, she explained how her childhood was very different for the childhood…

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    xecutive Report: University of Southern California (USC) Summer Bridge Program Overview The Academic Counseling Services (ACS) is a unit of the Undergraduate Programs in the Office of the Provost. The purpose of the ACS is to identify and assist specific populations in an effort to increase retention and graduation rates of undergraduate students at the University of Southern California (USC). In collaboration with academic partners, ACS offers general academic advising, tutoring services,…

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    Evolution and the nature of science are concepts that we encounter on a daily basis. Animals, humans, and plants all rely on the biological elements on earth in order to adapt, survive, and reproduce. Scientists have discovered many evidence of the way evolution has changed throughout the years. They have discovered things such as transitional fossils, and the way some selections play a role in science. However, there is still one universal question concerning people in terms of evolutionary…

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    fact. A case where evolution has been proven fact was in Canada on Ellesmere Island, where a team of paleontologists had searched for 375 million year old fossils to provide evidence for their predictions and search for a transitional fossil. In 2004 there had been an uncovering of a fossil that was four feet in length and possessed the traits of both a fish and a mammal with four legs. This creature had a complex bone structure inside of the fins. The purpose of this bone structure was so…

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    contracting the iris and to be able to focus on different types of objects at different distances. The lens changes shape based on how the muscle surrounding the lens contracts and expands. The ability to for humans to see depends entirely on each of the parts being present and working together properly. According to the Intelligent Design theory, there could not be a gradual evolution of mutations and adaptations to reach this level of complexity that is the human eye. An animal that only has…

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    The Paleozoic Era

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    Earth. This Cambrian explosion encompassed the evolution of arthropods which are ancestors of today's insects and crustaceans, as well as chordates which are animals with rudimentary spinal cords. Vertebrates are a well-known group of animals that includes birds, amphibians mammals, fish, and reptiles. The vertebrates can be well described by their backbone, an anatomical feature that first occurred in the fossil record about 500 million years ago. When scientists describe vertebrate…

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    The subject of evolution is widely debated topic. However there is a wide variety of evidence that supports evolution. By studying the fossil record, comparative anatomy, genetics and natural selection scientists have been able to support Charles Darwin’s theory (evolution). This report will focus on evidence from the fossil record as well as genetics. The fossil record is the collection of information that shows the occurrence and evolution of living organisms through geological time from…

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    Somalia has always been a land of clan’s. Each clan conducts its own society under its own views of the law. In northern Somalia, the clan is trying to setup a society under one law and a representative government. In southern Somalia, there is still chaos. If the American Army must go to Somalia, this could cause problems for them. The people of Somalia has lived in the state of chaos, violence and anarchy for decades. The reason for this was the rivalry between the major clans of the…

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